Spainhower Park (formerly Lone Pine Park), at the north end of town, will, as always, be home to a number of unique memorabilia dealers, popular crafters, jewelry, clothing, and
unique artists. There will be a food court, with a banner to show the location. This year's Festival will feature some exciting new changes in music. Please see the schedule below to learn more about our special musical groups.
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs must be on leashes in the park.
|Funnel Cakes, Shrinp & Fries plus more|
|Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwiches|
|Kettle Corn, Cotton Candy, Snow Cones|
|Native American Tacos|
|Coffee, Expresso & Smoothies|
Over 25 GENERAL MERCHANDISE VENDORS
| Clothing, Hats & Umbrellas
|Water Color Paintings|
|Yard Art & Metal Sculpture|
|Hobby & Craft Tools|
|Native American Jewelry & Art|
|Western Novels & Artwork|
|Hand Made Purses, Aprons etc.|
|Handcrafted Skin Care|
Don't Miss the Closing Campfire; a Lone Pine Film Festival Tradition
Be sure to join all the festival supporters, stars, performers, and behind the scenes volunteers that make this amazing small town, home-spun Film Festival happen. Sunday evening, just at dusk, the entire crowd gathers for the Closing Campfire at Lone Pine’s Spainhower Park at the North end of town. Hosted by past Festival director, Dorothy Bonnefin and long-time Festival supporter, and cowboy poet, Larry Maurice, this Lone Pine tradition features old fashioned pickin’ and singin; tall tales of the west, and the lore of the cowboy. Gather ‘round the campfire and share our farewell moment, as the 23nd Annual Lone Pine Film Festival draws to a close.
For more information on Lone Pine Park contact: [email protected]